2023 SDGs Asia Exhibition- Master Demonstrated the Right-Hand Design Fast-Charging Electric Bus to be Introduced to Japan Market

Master Transportation showcased its 9-meter right-hand drive electric bus at the "2023 SDGs Asia Exhibition," aiming to be a prominent green transport vehicle at the 2025 World Expo in Japan. The company has signed MOUs with Japan for this particular model.

Officers of Ministry of Transportation and Communications (MOTC) with Master Transportation personnel.

Paraguay's President-elect, Santiago Peña, recently visited Master Transportation, expressing a desire to deepen commercial cooperation between Taiwan and Paraguay in the electric bus market. Master is actively engaging with countries like India, Paraguay, and others for potential collaboration.
The showcased electric bus features a fast-charging system and is expected to be a major player in the green transport sector at the 2025 World Expo in Japan. Master emphasizes providing various export options such as complete vehicles (CBU), powertrain chassis (SDA), or component exports (SKD) as the basis for international collaboration. Apart from Japan, the company is also exploring collaboration opportunities in India, Paraguay, and other countries.
In 2023, fast-charging electric buses from Master are set to be delivered and put into operation in Taiwan with an anticipated total of 350 vehicles. Taipei City and New Taipei City are expected to account for half of the fleet, making them the ideal partners in achieving urban carbon neutrality.
Additionally, Master utilizes LTO batteries with a proven track record of no hazardous incidents. These batteries can be charged from 20% to 80% within 15 minutes, with a lifespan of over 10 years and enduring up to 20,000 charge-discharge cycles. Not requiring battery replacement before the vehicle retired, these vehicles contribute to a low waste ratio, positioning Master as a global practitioner of sustainable action plans.
Established in 2003, Master Transportation is a bus manufacturer with independent design and development capabilities. Having produced over 7,000 buses to date and accumulated a total mileage exceeding 6 billion kilometers, their electric buses have been in service in Taipei City, New Taipei City, Kaohsiung City, Chiayi City, and Changhua County. Master Transportation is actively contributing to the realization of the 2030 policy for the full electrification of urban buses.